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IIE, FICCI interact with Bhutan delegation

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JALUKBARI, March 26 - The Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE) Guwahati and Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce (FICCI) jointly organised an interactive session with a 35-member delegation from the Royal Institute for Governance and Strategic Studies (RIGSS), Bhutan recently in the IIE auditorium.

The meet was a platform for sharing possible scope and opportunities for mutual benefits for both the countries in trade and commerce, particularly with emphasis on the NE region, the immediate neighbour of Bhutan.

The welcome address was given by IIE Director Manoj Kr Das, who mentioned that Bhutan has a higher per capita income and enjoys more happiness than India. The NE region and Bhutan have co-existed since time immemorial. This renewed focus on understanding and building relationship with the NE is a timely and welcome step, he said.

This was followed by a presentation on NE-Bhutan economic scoping by Biswajit Chakrabarty, head, FICCI North East. Dr Sriparna B Baruah, faculty of IIE spoke on the activities of IIE and possible benefits that Bhutan can derive from the strength of the institute.

Head of the RIGSS, Bhutan delegation Chewang Rinzin and Tashi Wangyal, addressed the august gathering that included representatives from media, academia, policy makers, industrialists, entrepreneurs, officials, tour operators, photojournalists, social entrepreneurs and social activists.

The Bhutanese delegation was comprised of administrators, policy makers, department heads, educationists and businessmen.

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IIE, FICCI interact with Bhutan delegation

JALUKBARI, March 26 - The Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE) Guwahati and Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce (FICCI) jointly organised an interactive session with a 35-member delegation from the Royal Institute for Governance and Strategic Studies (RIGSS), Bhutan recently in the IIE auditorium.

The meet was a platform for sharing possible scope and opportunities for mutual benefits for both the countries in trade and commerce, particularly with emphasis on the NE region, the immediate neighbour of Bhutan.

The welcome address was given by IIE Director Manoj Kr Das, who mentioned that Bhutan has a higher per capita income and enjoys more happiness than India. The NE region and Bhutan have co-existed since time immemorial. This renewed focus on understanding and building relationship with the NE is a timely and welcome step, he said.

This was followed by a presentation on NE-Bhutan economic scoping by Biswajit Chakrabarty, head, FICCI North East. Dr Sriparna B Baruah, faculty of IIE spoke on the activities of IIE and possible benefits that Bhutan can derive from the strength of the institute.

Head of the RIGSS, Bhutan delegation Chewang Rinzin and Tashi Wangyal, addressed the august gathering that included representatives from media, academia, policy makers, industrialists, entrepreneurs, officials, tour operators, photojournalists, social entrepreneurs and social activists.

The Bhutanese delegation was comprised of administrators, policy makers, department heads, educationists and businessmen.

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